The Rock Pile 900 Nagel Rd, Avon, OH44011 The Rock Pile is a store that sells outdoor living, gardening and landscaping materials and equipment. Family owned and…More operated, the business is a garden center and landscape supply yard. Featured products include organic fertilizer, bulk mulch and gravel, stone for landscaping, grass seed, top soil, propane, fire pit materials and firewood. Other products sold include gorgeous plants such as trees, annuals, perennials, herbs, shrubs, baskets for outdoor display and ground covers. This store also sells materials seeds and bird feeding materials, including bird feed, bird houses and bird feeders. Yard waste materials are accepted for a slight fee per cubic yard.
The Avon Lake Municipal Court serves the cities of Avon, Avon Lake and Sheffield Village. The court handles…More misdemeanor criminal and traffic cases and refers felony cases to the grand jury of the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas. The court has one part-time judge, Darrel Bilancini.
The court is in session on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Traffic and criminal case proceedings are held between 8am and 12:30pm. Civil cases are heard from 1:30pm to 4pm.
The court maintains a website where court records can be searched and other information concerning the court can be found. The Avon Lake Municipal Court is located within the city's Safety Center on Walker Road, which also houses the Avon Lake police and fire departments.
The Avon Lake Police Department maintains a staff of 45 personnel. This includes one police chief, four lieutenants,…More four sergeants, one detective/sergeant, four detectives, 20 patrol officers, four full-time and five part-time dispatchers, one administrative secretary and an animal warden.
The department also staffs one K-9, Kimba. Several members serve on the county S.W.A.T. team.The department maintains a water and bike patrol, a motorcycle patrol, a K-9 unit and a School Resource Officer with an office at the high school. Officers are involved in the Lorain County Tactical Team and the Lorain County Drug Task Force. The department has watercraft for patrol and rescue including a police boat and a pair of jet skis shared with the Avon Lake Fire Department.
The department maintains an Honor Guard and hosts a popular community police program that allows residents to complete a hands-on course to learn how the department works. Despite the relatively small size of the department, the department, in addition to normal police duties, is very involved in community and county-wide services.
The police often provide safety tips and participates in community events, including the annual "Big Trucks" community events that allows residents to get up close and personal with safety vehicles.The department is located at the city's Safety Center on Walker Road. The newer facility houses several jail cells and a state-of-the-art communication system.
The department operates under Poice Chief David Owad and is under the jurisdiction of the mayor, who serves as the Safety Director.